Winter Concert Series 2019-2020
Due to the great success of our Summer Concert Series, Redstone is bringing you 4 very special dates this Winter! These evenings include a delicious three course dinner, prepared by Redstone Chef, Dave Sider, all in the comfort of our beautiful restaurant.
Jeremy Fisher – December 12th
Danny Michel – February 21st
Emm Gryner – March 13th
Stephen Fearing – April 24th
Summer Concert Series 2019
Set against the backdrop of our stunning estate vineyards, these al fresco concert evenings feature live performances from some of Canada’s most talented musicians. These special evenings also include a delicious three course dinner, prepared by Redstone Chef, Dave Sider. Book your table for the evening and don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes.
Hawksley Workman ~ Thurs, June 13th
Singer-songwriter, performer, producer. Juno nominations and wins, Workman’s 15 solo releases run the gambit of his musical sensibilities from cabaret to pop to glam rock. A consummate performer, he has amassed a portfolio of over 1000 shows worldwide including shared stages with icons such as Morrissey, David Bowie and The Cure. As well as vocals, Workman is a multi-instrumentalist and often delights live audiences by switching between instruments during performances. Workman also finds time to produce albums for other bands such as the Skydiggers, Sarah Slean, Serna Ryder and Great Big Sea. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST. Take a look at the menu…
Basia Bulat ~ Thurs, July 4th
Juno nominated and shortlisted for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize, Basia Bulat often appears solo in gigantic halls, seducing audiences with her autoharp, stomping feet and mesmerizing vocals. A diverse talent whose work has been adapted for symphonic performances, has also been called upon to pay tribute with song to the legendary likes of Canadian giants such as Leonard Cohen and The Band. Since the release of her debut album in 2007, she has shared stages with artists including Arcade Fire, The National, the Bad Seeds and Daniel Lanois to name only a few. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST. Take a look at the menu….
Jill Barber ~ Thurs, August 1st
One could say that the career of Jill Barber has been a study in evolution. As with lives so do influences and moods change as has the genre-crossing for Barber. The once jazz and R&B inspired songs have given way, of late to more pop sounds delivered by an artist who exudes confidence, urgency and fearlessness. Her distinctive vocals on Metaphora are the continuation of her personal story in which she sings of love, politics, depression and empowerment. This her latest album was released in the summer of 2018. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST. Take a look at the menu…
Terra Lightfoot ~ Thurs, August 22nd
Probably best known for her bluesy-rock power ballads, Hamilton native Singer-Songwriter Terra Lightfoot can do it all. A powerful vocalist whose multi-octave range is oft compared to Dusty Springfield is also a guitar virtuoso whose style fuses expert picking and catchy melodic arrangements. Lightfoot has shared international stages with iconic musician Emmylou Harris, Ron Sexsmith, Gordon Lightfoot, Sloan, Arkells, and Daniel Lanois to name just a few. Terra released her latest studio album New Mistakes in September of 2017. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST. Take a look at the menu…
Great Lake Swimmers ~ Thurs, August 29th
A lot of things can change in 15 years. Great Lake Swimmers are a folk-rock band assembled around front man Tony Dekker. The last decade and a half have seen the group grow in number and morph stylistically into something altogether different from their roots rock beginnings. Abandoning his signature acoustic guitar proved instrumental in creating a new sound for the band whose more recent releases frame Tony’s stunning vocals with piano, banjo and wind instruments. The JUNO nominated Toronto group’s newest album The Waves, The Wake was recorded in London, Ontario in a century and a half old church. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST. Take a look at the menu…
Justin Rutledge ~ Sun, September 8th
Just a few songs in it isn’t difficult to pick out Toronto-based alt-country singer songwriter Justin Rutledge as a university English major. Rutledge lists the literary influences of E.E. Cummings and Richard Brautigan in the same breath as his musical heroes such as Leonard Cohen and Hank Williams. Rutledge has toured Canada, the U.S. as well as Europe and the U.K extensively performing with Canadian greats such as Blue Rodeo, Kathleen Edwards and Hawksley Workman. His new album Passages is due out May 31st of this year. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST. Take a look at the menu…
Molly Johnson ~ Sun, September 29th
Singer-songwriter, award-winning jazz vocalist and five time Juno nominee Molly Johnson is a stage veteran. An early taste of the stage in theatre gave inspiration to choreograph, which saw her enrolled in The National Ballet of Canada. Her music career began at a very young age as she fronted a disco band at the age of 15 before turning her musical attentions to hard rock with acts such as Alta Moda and the Infidels. A parallel jazz career burgeoned and the list of accolades and nominations has never slowed. Molly’s highly anticipated new album Meaning to Tell Ya is set to drop later this year. Tickets are $79 per guest + fees + HST.